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clinical presentation of anorexia nervosa
a. refusal to maintain a normal body weight
b. intense fear of gaining wait
c. body image disturbance
d. amenorrhea
subtypes of anorexia nervosa
1. restricting - complete restriction within diet
2. binge/purge
clinical presentation of bulimia nervosa
1. benge eating
2. inappropriate compensatory behavior
3. self evaluation improperly influenced by body shape and weight
subtypes of bulimia nervosa
1. purging type
2. non-purging type - excessive exercise or restriction
criteria for binge eating disorder
episodes of over eating w/ a sense of loss of conrol and 3 of the following:
a. eating much more rapidly
b. eating untill uncomfortably full
c. eating large amounts of food, even when not physically hungry
d. eating alone out of embarrassment at the quantity
e. feelings of disgust, depression, or guilt with overeating

behavior must occur 2 times a week over 5mo w/ NO COMPENSATORY BEHAVIORS
prevalence of anorexia
prevalence of Bulimia
disorders comorbit with eating disorders
a. clinical depression
b. ocd
c. substance abuse
d. various personality disorders
biological causes of eating disorder
starting weight
serotonin levels
environmental causes for eating disorder
negative childhood experiences
childhood or parental obesity
social/media ideals
Individual/psychological cause of eating disorder
negative affect

most common treatments for anorexia nervosa
1. family therapy
3. antidepressants
4. emergency procedures

complications: younger population. dont want treatment
most common treatments of bulimia
a. cbt
b. antidepressants
what is BMI
weight(lbs)/height^2 x 703
casual factors of obesity
1. genetics
2. family behavior patterns
3. learning; Food=pleasure
4. sociocultural - supersized
5. environment - energy saving
most common treatments for obesity
a. weight-loss groups
b. medications
c. gastric surgeru
d. behavioral management
3. prevention***